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Ordinarily I’d say “This Too Will Pass.” Only it Won’t.

Either we were terribly wrong about the size of the pro-Obama, pro-Obamacare, pro-debt, pro-abortion, anti-job, anti-private sector, anti-God, anti-Constitution vote…

…or we just witnessed the most sophisticated and massive voter fraud since Brezhnev won a second term in his landslide victory in 1975.

Although we will never know, I’m betting on the latter, for to believe the former means that all our senses have been wrong the past three years.

Those swing votes all just materialized out of thin air. I’m sure of it, and sometime soon someone will figure it out, but it will be too late.

As of today, it doesn’t matter, for they won’t have to do it again, for every year from now on, until the federal government finally collapses of financial excess, they will add 1%-2% to that total. Their voter base will grow.

We will never be able to take back the nation, much less re-create a freedom-based constitutional republic, by the more normal process of open and free elections.

Those days are over.

When Obamacare was passed we listed several methods to combat it. Now the last option, the states right option, is the only option.

By looking at the respective red-blue maps, we see about 40 states in which the margin of victory was close to 3-to-1, either for statism, or for freedom. Ten of the remaining states, all of which bounced for Obama from votes counted in key urban areas, were won by razor thin margins.

As Abraham Lincoln once said, such wide contrasts cannot “long endure”.

What the states will do, collectively or individually, I cannot say, but I can say, when California tips, which will occur in this next term, the red states won’t voluntarily pony up to bail her out.

With all the producers on one side and all the takers and takers’ administrators on the other, it won’t take long for the division to begin tearing along the seams.

vassarbushmills
Citizen With Bark On

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  1. It shouldn’t have been close enough for fraud to provide the margin of victory given the epic failure of Obama and the Dems on the economy. I blame the people that voted for Obama, not Republicans. The problem is the raw material, ie the voters, that 70+ years of liberalism has shaped. To fix that is a very long term project with no likelihood of success.

  2. Vassar, I came to UP first this am hoping to find some comfort. However, I fear you’re right. I watched the down ticket races more closely than others, and when I saw Florida had re-elected Grayson and Massachusetts had gone for Warren, I knew we lost.

    My comfort is knowing that good ultimately triumphs, but I hurt for the good folks who are going to suffer before that time comes. God bless you and the other patriots here at UP and across the country who worked to be the difference.

  3. We can’t forget the me-too voters who always choose their candidate at the last moment and vote for the one they think will win from everything they read and see and hear in the media. I don’t know their percentage of the electorate, but I do know it’s considerable. There is only one reason they voted for Obama. The liar media made it happen.

  4. Well, folks, we’ll survive like we always have, by the skin of our teeth. Will they? No. Sooner or later, they’ll come for what’s ours in earnest (I’m betting sooner), and they’ll find us ready.

    Survival mode begins today. The rally point is Texas for the last stand.

    • I agree Vassar. This whole thing stinks to high heaven. I think the fix was in as soon as Obama was elected in 2008. They had 4 years to perfect and plan how to ensure he was re-elected.
      I was a poll watcher for the Romney campaign. The campaign was more concerned with poll worker fraud than anything else and asked me to stay until the ballot boxes were sealed, which I did.
      Remember that polling machine programmer who testified before Congress a code could be put into the machine which could make it “vote” for any one you wish and then it would later self-destruct to avoid detection. And he demonstrated how it could be done. Plus those machines in several states like Ohio which “automatically” voted for Obama even when Romney’s name was pressed multiple times. And then there is the plane crash which had overseas military ballots on it, which burned. Miraculously, everything was saved except the ballots.

      Obama’s rallies attendance was way down from 2008, and look at the huge numbers at the Romney rallies.

      This has the smell of one of Rahm’s dead fish deliveries.

  5. or we just witnessed the most sophisticated and massive voter fraud since Brezhnev won a second term in his landslide victory in 1975.

    .

    It was this option. I guarantee 100%. For reasons just like you say. These results defy gravity in so many ways it makes your eyes cross. We didn’t miscalculate. They cheated, huge.

  6. I read somewhere that the republicans registered 18 million new voters and then they expect anyone with the IQ of a turnip to believe Romney got 2 million fewer votes than McCain? I don’t remember hundreds of voters standing on a freezing parking deck in Pittsburgh just for the chance to wave at McCain. Or 30 thousand, some of whom walked 4 1/2 miles from their cars to see him in Red Rock CO. I am assuming nothing can be done about this?

  7. I’ve done some random checking of deep blue county results from ’04, ’08 and ’12. Overall, the vote was down this year by approx. 15,000,000. In Blue counties, Obama’s vote totals just weren’t under his ’08 numbers, they were under Kerry’s ’04 numbers. Unfortunately, Romney’s numbers were also lower than McCain’s.
    It’s one thing, and certainly possible, to program a machine to switch a vote that’s been cast. But I don’t know about any other systems, but in all the places I’ve voted, there’s a number on the ballot I cast so it’s *really* hard to change the total number of people who voted, i.e. if the last ballot cast was 1,000, then the number of votes in that precinct should total to 1,000 for the President’s race. The Republicans control the governors and SoS in most of the swing states so if they couldn’t spot that type of obvious fraud, then we get what we deserve.
    Was there any shenanigans going on w/the voting programs. Don’t know. But there is no doubt in my mind that the total number of votes cast was down significantly. And if I had to guess, which is what this is, I’d guess that Axelrod’s plan to so demonize Romney among white, blue collar middle class workers so that, while they wouldn’t vote for Obama, they’d find Romney unacceptable and, therefore, just stay home, was successful.
    But I need to do some more research before I actually posit that as an opinion.

  1. It shouldn’t have been close enough for fraud to provide the margin of victory given the epic failure of Obama and the Dems on the economy. I blame the people that voted for Obama, not Republicans. The problem is the raw material, ie the voters, that 70+ years of liberalism has shaped. To fix that is a very long term project with no likelihood of success.

  2. Vassar, I came to UP first this am hoping to find some comfort. However, I fear you’re right. I watched the down ticket races more closely than others, and when I saw Florida had re-elected Grayson and Massachusetts had gone for Warren, I knew we lost.

    My comfort is knowing that good ultimately triumphs, but I hurt for the good folks who are going to suffer before that time comes. God bless you and the other patriots here at UP and across the country who worked to be the difference.

  3. We can’t forget the me-too voters who always choose their candidate at the last moment and vote for the one they think will win from everything they read and see and hear in the media. I don’t know their percentage of the electorate, but I do know it’s considerable. There is only one reason they voted for Obama. The liar media made it happen.

  4. Well, folks, we’ll survive like we always have, by the skin of our teeth. Will they? No. Sooner or later, they’ll come for what’s ours in earnest (I’m betting sooner), and they’ll find us ready.

    Survival mode begins today. The rally point is Texas for the last stand.

    • I agree Vassar. This whole thing stinks to high heaven. I think the fix was in as soon as Obama was elected in 2008. They had 4 years to perfect and plan how to ensure he was re-elected.
      I was a poll watcher for the Romney campaign. The campaign was more concerned with poll worker fraud than anything else and asked me to stay until the ballot boxes were sealed, which I did.
      Remember that polling machine programmer who testified before Congress a code could be put into the machine which could make it “vote” for any one you wish and then it would later self-destruct to avoid detection. And he demonstrated how it could be done. Plus those machines in several states like Ohio which “automatically” voted for Obama even when Romney’s name was pressed multiple times. And then there is the plane crash which had overseas military ballots on it, which burned. Miraculously, everything was saved except the ballots.

      Obama’s rallies attendance was way down from 2008, and look at the huge numbers at the Romney rallies.

      This has the smell of one of Rahm’s dead fish deliveries.

  5. or we just witnessed the most sophisticated and massive voter fraud since Brezhnev won a second term in his landslide victory in 1975.

    .

    It was this option. I guarantee 100%. For reasons just like you say. These results defy gravity in so many ways it makes your eyes cross. We didn’t miscalculate. They cheated, huge.

  6. I read somewhere that the republicans registered 18 million new voters and then they expect anyone with the IQ of a turnip to believe Romney got 2 million fewer votes than McCain? I don’t remember hundreds of voters standing on a freezing parking deck in Pittsburgh just for the chance to wave at McCain. Or 30 thousand, some of whom walked 4 1/2 miles from their cars to see him in Red Rock CO. I am assuming nothing can be done about this?

  7. I’ve done some random checking of deep blue county results from ’04, ’08 and ’12. Overall, the vote was down this year by approx. 15,000,000. In Blue counties, Obama’s vote totals just weren’t under his ’08 numbers, they were under Kerry’s ’04 numbers. Unfortunately, Romney’s numbers were also lower than McCain’s.
    It’s one thing, and certainly possible, to program a machine to switch a vote that’s been cast. But I don’t know about any other systems, but in all the places I’ve voted, there’s a number on the ballot I cast so it’s *really* hard to change the total number of people who voted, i.e. if the last ballot cast was 1,000, then the number of votes in that precinct should total to 1,000 for the President’s race. The Republicans control the governors and SoS in most of the swing states so if they couldn’t spot that type of obvious fraud, then we get what we deserve.
    Was there any shenanigans going on w/the voting programs. Don’t know. But there is no doubt in my mind that the total number of votes cast was down significantly. And if I had to guess, which is what this is, I’d guess that Axelrod’s plan to so demonize Romney among white, blue collar middle class workers so that, while they wouldn’t vote for Obama, they’d find Romney unacceptable and, therefore, just stay home, was successful.
    But I need to do some more research before I actually posit that as an opinion.

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